Scientist, in Vivo Immunology - Job ID:6558

Responsibilities of the Scientist, in Vivo Immunology: 

  • Perform in vivo studies to evaluate anti-cancer efficacy of test agents in tumor mouse models
  • Monitor mice groups enrolled in drug efficacy and mechanism of action studies
  • Perform drug dosing by various routes of administration
  • Data collection and analysis
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Requirements of the Scientist, in Vivo Immunology:
  • Ph.D in Immunology or related field with 3+ years’ experience 
  • Demonstrated experience with vivo assay techniques
  • Displayed flow cytometry required, FACS preferred 
  • Experience with tasks related to blood draws, necropsy and tissue collection and processing
  • Experience with dosing of therapeutic agents by IP, oral gavage and IV
 
 
Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, and matching 401K plan
 
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